Counselor l, Chicago, IL - November 24, 2015
Understaffed and lack of team work. Which at times required taking on twice the work load. I learned to lower my expectations of others and focus on providing the best care possible. Management did the best the could with keeping the facility in operation. Many of my co-workers were not dedicated and burned out. the hardest part of the job was observing and listening to co-workers degrade the company and clients. The most enjoyable moment was remaining focused to help women help themselves and their children and meet goals that would give them the opportunity to have a better life for themselves and family.